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*-ORR
1Contnued from Page 1A
revealed and a judgment will be made
,based on those facts'" Carr said. On- did
,_ot play in Saturday's intrasquad scrim-
,mage.
Department of Public Safety spokes-
woman Diane Brown said Orr and his
ex-girlfriend, also a student, had been
'dating for several months. They were
*possibly trying to break up but contin-
ued to see each other. On March 4, Orr
proposed having sex "one last time" in
the victim's Stockwell Residence Hall
room. "She said no. They had inter-
course anyway" Brown said.
;_The victim "told Mr. Orr that she
-deeded 'her space' in their relatiionship,"
according to the report. "She claimed
she tried to push him off, but was unsuc-
.cessful "
The victim also said she spoke with
*Orr by telephone after the incident. "She

did tell him that she no longer wanted to
be with him. He called on a continual
basis during the evening time," the
report said.
In an 'e-mail to the victim following
the reported incident, Orr wrote, "I was
just thinking to myself and I violated
something that I said I would never do,'
the police report stated.
The victim filed the report March 19,
under advisement of her father. Orr
turned himself into police last week
after a warrant was issued.
Brown said he has remained coopera-
tive throughout the investigation.
Provost Nancy Cantor, Vice President
for. Student Affairs E. Royster Harper,
and Athletic Director Bill Martin issued
an official statement concerning the
incident. "The University is investigat-
ing the circumstance surrounding these
charges and will pursue all appropriate
disciplinary measures once the facts are
known," the statement said.

SENIORITIS
Continued from Page IA
counsels but only around 10 percent of the senior
class exhibits behavior severe enough to result in a
significant drop in grades. "We do try to explain to
them, many times during their senior year, that if
you don't perform up to a college's level that there
are enough qualified candidates out there in the
pool to take your place'" Vanderleest said.
Vanderleest said she sees two main reasons for
senioritis. "First, a senior thinks that I have been
accepted to the university - I'm in,' or sometimes
seniors think 'I've really worked hard in high school,
now it's time for me to just have fun,"' she said.
Although some students, like LSA sophomore
Jyoti Kothavale, said they were unaware of the fact
that their acceptance could be revoked by the Uni-
versity for their senior grades, incoming freshman
are notified of this in two separate ways.
The initial acceptance letter the University sends
out clearly states that "Enrollment is contingent
upon the successful completion of your senior year
and graduation' Also, in an information brochure

sent to admitted students there is a section titled
"Senior Year Is Important!" which explains that the
University expects students' academic perfor-
mance to be consistent with that which was pre-
sented on their initial application to the University
A system is used to follow up on students that
have been accepted to the University, said Janet
Mendler, manager of state and local news at Uni-
versity News & Information Services. Near the end
of the academic year, a letter is sent to high schools
of all admitted students asking for reports of stu-
dents' final grades. These grades are not a fluff
check-up, but are very important to the University,
Mendler said.
"As soon as we get the final grade reports, they
are immediately scrutinized to see if there are any
major grade discrepancies,' Mendler said.
Mendler said most high schools respond with
students grades by early July, so it would be possi-
ble for an admitted student to complete summer
orientation and register for classes before they find
out that admission has been revoked, although a
student would definitely be informed of this deci-
sion before classes begin in September.

BUDGET
Continued from Page 1A
they did not want to carry money from the previous years'
Berlin said. "If we stayed without carrying any money over we
would have eliminated all capital purchases and all property
purchases including police and fire necessities.
Councilwoman Heidi Herrell (D-Ward III) said the surplus
from the previous year's general fund is simply an estimate.
"Every single year I've been on council there has beeny more
money than they have expected," Herrell said. "We witt-to
maintain the proper level of our rainy-day fu~nd"
Hiefte said the city will be making an effort to ensure the
general fund is no longer depleted for future years. "If we're
going to stay as a viable competitive community which is
what we need for high tech businesses, quality of life issues
- all of this requires funding;' le said. "We need to watch
out expenses very closely:'
Councilman Stephen Hartwell (D-Ward IV) said the city
needs to balance capital projects and departmental necessities
by prioritizing what the city wants. "The drive is to become
more productive with what we have;' Hartwell said. "M 14-
to push to look inside City Hall and current services aM iii1
what is needed and what's not.

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I'LEXIBI.E SUBLETS avail. Sprin.
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hse Ver} close to campus. 300/mou. Call
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*TREAT STUDIO apt on White St. Close to
Athletic field 500/mo Ma-Aug. 222-47I
INTIERESTIED IN sbletting at parking
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994.96066
QUIET 2 BDRM. APT. near Main. A/C,
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0\ all. Nias-Au:. Cll 302-7022.
SI'-SU SUBLET I bdrm. apt.. fully un..
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SP/SU SUBLET I bdrm. at. for 1-2 people
70t Chutch Parking/laundry 222-8437 or
atncleod (aiunchedu
SP/SU SUBLET I drm. can fit 2 Apt. 402.
721 I Forest Rent neg. Spacious good loc.
& A/C. 302-I1I50.
SP/SU. SUBLET Coiy I drm. at. Idry..
p},kg u-til, mud. Price ne. Call 62.-0199.
J P1/SU SUBLET. Sige. furn. room on
~akland. [i-cc prkg. lrv - full kitch/bath.
Price vcrs eC,. 33-3529059.
SP/SIT SUBLETI: I bdrtm. avail, in 2 bdrm.
apt. RennteL Call Josh at 2 '2-995
SPACIOUS FURNISHED 2 bdrt. Apt loi
tp,/Sui. Free ldrx ./pknv. Call Ahuva or
Justine ''-35
SPRING SUMMER SUBLET: 2drm..
duplex. 2-4 people. 2 bath.. fully fun. prkg..
trice neg. A/C. Close to campus. 995-5842.
SPRING-SUMMER SUBLETS Available.
Pick up a current listing at
Varsity Managernent625 Church.
SPRING/SUMMER sublet avail. 928
Oakland. I bdrm apt Idry. prkg. Close to law
and b-school. Utilities inc. 350/mo OBO.
222-4582 or merrya@ mich.edu.
SUBLET MAY - AUG 2 bdrm. apt. Ldy..
prkg.. A/C. turn.. & utis. inc. Close to
campus. Price neg. Call Me 222-9396
SUBLET: May-Sept. I dri. IEdy. prkg.
Pets ok. A/C. rent nev. Joan 477-9294.
WBLET: WHOLE APT, 3-5 people.
Spacious, newly renovated. prkg Idry.
utilities incl 2 full bath. Call 222-9416.
SUPER SUBLET 520) Walnut. May-Aug
New House prkg,. Idry . trn, rent ne.
332-0857 or email hrunnernumch.du
SUPER SUBLET
6 bdrm. Corner of E. University and
Greenwood. Prkg. Idry, BBQ. Very Clean.
May-Aug. 222-5199 or rhodge@uiich.edu
4jhHREE BDRM. A/C. free Idry. fur. 350
ompson. Rent neg giffordj@uiich.edu or
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$1500 WEEKL.Y: potential mailing our
ci-clars. For imbi call 2t3-977-1I72)
A FUN SUMMIER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/18-8/17. Must live
in Farm.. 131. ld.. Novi Birm.. Troy or
adj. areas. Email Wllowaydcmaol con or
Call Willoway D~a Camp 248-932-2123.
ASSISTANT TEACHERS NEEDED. U of
MI Pound House Childiens Center. 6 hours
per day for suimmer semester. 625 - KIT7
Previous expeirience with young childreni
icqired. Call 998-83499for i nforat on.
ASSISTANT WAITSTA FE Bella Ciao
Restaurant. 1Upscale diting Fve, only. closes
Sundays. Walk to work.lice meal. Call Suiite
at 99S-2107.
ATTENTION Work form home $25 -
$75/hi. PT/E. Mail oider 877-481-WORK.
BROOKSIDE GOLF COURSE
Positions now a'. alailale iii PrShp. Bar.
and out side mamt nemcie (all42-'7
CANCER RESEARCH lab seeks summer
research assistant. Flexible 20- 3( hswk.
competitive salary. Science
background/previous lab experience
preferred. Must be reliable, meticulous.
enthusiastic. Work study and medical
Students encouraged to apply. Contact
Ikalikin ia unich .e(It
C:AREER - EXPLORING STUDENTS
wanted - UM D epariment of Public Safet\
and Security ofters positions in custoilci
serices special eents office ',uppo(Il illan
student safety bennin at 57.51 hrs
Mini mum It) hours per week. Now h irig fI
Springlstuuieu/fl I Please call
734-764-3434.
CLERICAL. PERSON prt-timei must bc
able to typecLitt wods pcirtinte tit;(81hi
Please call 971 -03801, om fax.,isutiiito
471-0546 Please include rcfeices.
CLERK/MESSEM ER. 8h. 10 hs.w k
Mon.-Fri. Driver's Licence req. UM Cetital
Campus. Call Tammy 7647312 foi
interview. FOE.
COLEMAN'S 4 SEASONS MARKET has
summer jobs available sarting now. We offer
a flexible schedule. pleasant environmuent and
some decent pay starting at $.0/hr. We are
looking for cashiers. produce clerks. arden
clerks and salad makers. Apply at 221 W
Libertv. Ann Arbor
FACULTY (PART-TIME) Lansing
Community College seeks part-te faculty
for the following courses. Anatomy . Boog,
Chemistry. NIicroiology . Physics.
Mat hema~tics. American hi story . World
Ci vilizat ion. Myt hology . English. D ance.
Geography. Socolo-n. Coim post in.
Busine'ss Wiit ti. aid Spanish Niaster's
lOcree rqured teaching cxpicc
particularly I mernet iachi flgex periece
preerred. Call the Libral St udies D i ision.
51 7/483- 1470 to obtain an aplication.
AAE/EEO.
GARDNER WORK AT piv.ate hom. NE
Ann Arbor SI2/ hour Call 747-873
HAPP~Y LANDSCAPE assitant neded 10) -
20 hours per wek, at a primate garden Must
have experience using power lawn
equipment. Contact Shellev at 668-7297
The last publication of
Is Tuesday, April 17th
Sprin~miner papers publish
every Monday Iefnnmng
April 30 throuOa August 13
CLASSIFIED SUMMER
LINE RATE:

LABOR NEEDED for itiving l uriitute.
cleaning. otcaitizrational activities Good
wage. 971 .03k0
LABORATORY ASS ISTA NT needed lot
expanding biotech company in smifthAnn
Ar-bor. 2-3 hours daily to tuatrtian classw are
and d isposable,. SomIie reagecnt prep work as
well. Please contact Kell, at (734) 975 -4(000.
LI KETO SMII .1"? Enci-,,citIc il \ hals
needed for hbusy bit fun apart inc ii lcas in
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" Perfect attendance
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SUIMMER .JOBS. %8-Sl2/hr. Curremitly
hiring painters and crew chiefs for positioins
locally and thi-oughout Michigan. Full
training prov'.ided. 1 /800/4(05-6227 or
nacpainter@'aol coin
SWIMMING POOL service and
construct ion. Fast paced outdoor work.
Weekends of'f. Top pay for hard working.
self motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SBiS. 248-477-7727.
'TEACH OUTDOORS iin New England.
Intmediate openings. Call 2(17-93-4-73741
TECHNICAL SAILES ASST. 31 hrs./wxeek,
tines. Fle~x. location,. answer phones. iet Li in
calls. Call 248-882-7015I or email lobs
I" ti dsul nttons .com ii No sales ex p. nec.
IHE UNIVERSITY OF MICIGA; N
SURVEY RESEARCH CENTER.
Survey Lab is recruiting people with
excellent commitunication skills to conduct
telephone micriviews foer academein studies.
Candidates needl to be highly self-directed
withI a professional telephone itarner and
comtfortable with basic comtputer skills
(Witidow s arid t> pl). Flexible scheduling.
work 16-40 hours per wxeek. must be
available to work evening and weekend shifts
starting in May arid lasting throughout the
suminer. Coumpetitive wages-starting at
$ 9.54/hr.
Apply immediately in prsn weekdays 8.O0)
am r'I:(10p.m .,,at the Unliversity of' Michgati.
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UofM MEN'S SOCCER seeking student
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Please call Coach Yarborough at 61 5-95012
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'VET. ASSISTANT / receptionist: Pamrt time.
Flex. hours Will train. Please call 668- 1466.
VISTA VOLUNTEER OPENINGS
Junie I I -Aug _3rd. $791 /month. SI1000 tuition
credit. Call Dcatmia For-ester 734-722-1050
x273. Email strorigdCi-omulus.k I 2mm us
WANTED: Men arid womten. ace 25 - 65.
who have smtioked between one arid 1001
cicarchtes iii their ibetitti arc necded foir a U
of \1 study. Study pay>s X40,. Call 1-80H(0-742-
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D ed icated/hard working CGroundskeeper arid
Maint. AsstIs needed to help mtainltaini clean.
beautiful surroundings. prep apts. and tmake
iepairs. Have fun while gaining valuable
experience, skills arid know ledge - will train'.
P/T or ffT Resumes or apply to.
1099 Maidemi Lane. 665-=4331 fax. 665-'_354.
isi anddrt ye tP. tiidspri rg coin
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Call 734-528-5264 and set upa itmcet ing, w ih
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sales/service for national co. with over 40
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Scholarships/ Intermships conditions exist.
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Call 944-1223

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Campus Rentals
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Apples and Pears Presah ohl
CMB Management
University Towers
Ann Arbor Biotech
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BABYSITTER WANTED: Looking foi
babysitters foi 2 lovely childr-en ages 5 and
almxost 3. Must he warmiarid fuli.l, crmneid
and responsible.. Classes ito Child
D)eve lopment amnd/or Edutcations big= plus"
Call Sue at 995-5399
CAREGIVER and driver needed For 3 kids
(I5. 13. l0t for fivxe.ceks. Beg, June 18
8ami-5pin. Must hax e car 662-I 1?')
CHILD (ARE CEINTE'IR needs your heclp
closimig .3- i5.30 M-F 1Help with snack and
playtne. Great fumn. Call Pat at St.- Paul Early
Childhood Center: 668-0887
CHILD CARE needed in our- home 20
hrs/wk. Flex;. sched. I tuile Iroin campus
Please call 761-1 3(16.
CHILD COM PAN ION WANTED Mimd
Jume-Auc. Must have car. Approx. 3t)-
4Ohm-s./wk. idl/hr. Ref mequired. 763-7753
CHILDCARE NEEDED starting 9-01: two
boys (8 and 6). weekday afternoons 2:45 -
60()pm,. must enjoyi childreniamid drive a car
Ann Arbor Westside housinrg optioni possi ble.
Damn 730-2382. DaiichulL~cuiiich cdii
(1111,UCARE NEEDED: for.3.vell
befia'.ed girl'.:ace..I ;3. I.&7. in otirSW
Annii Arbor himtie ill timoc summiter
iCtlll(' mii Bccmti itid-June Call after 4
i nr 665 1450
( - III)( ARE Part -tiiime nl udi mi suminer
11) I ;r. Ba ns ld. Reliable car. 662,52(W
FUN COLLEGE STUDENT to babysit
brothers. -4 ;eid 6. Baseball. board namnes.
paik.c. 15-25 hrs/week. flexible around
classes Starm mid-May. Call 996-40)11.
PART TIME NANNY NEEDED) For 2 yr
old child. Previous experience amid
tniiitspotilioi rcequim-ed. To start ASAP. 2-3
uoonumtic/wvk.Please call 623-9545
SPRING/SUMNIERC'HI LDCARE
substitutes. work accordinig to your schedule:.
Ct-eat ob I'or psych. education, or nuri-sng~
,i udmits. Funi at mosphere. Call St. Paul Eairly
Childhood Center: 668-0)887.

L.ITERACY TUTORS. IMust be 18 yrs/old
and .1'.ail lDll-tiiine. Jumie IS through ALIg
101 Training is. pro'. ded Greater Lanisig
area Ycar roIund posit ions also available.
Carll The Readimig People at 517-485-4 949 or
fa'x resumet(,toi51 7..48'-1924.
Zl IUIG ANT EIEFUtNI)Now hiritig
students fbr flex, night amid weekenid sclied.
F-unix worikatm osphiere amnd gmeat job
exp~erienice Up to SS/hr. t mightly boises.
Apply onilinc or stop by 611 Church, Suite
-IF ww .telefutid.umnmch.edu. 998.7420.
'[EED RE~LIABL.E studemit to work Ui of ki
c'.t ciparking. Guaraniteed 4/hrs ofpay each
ni cfmi Please conimact Nicole at 62''-(1734.
PARTI''TIME WORK as private iiurse-aid it
my homte Need female studenit to work part
tiime or full ti mte at excel lenit pay, caring fot
miy cheerfuil. elderl% mnot her. a stroke vict unI
Pleasant wxork. mnice enivironmtetit. Preferried
nnrii student or soimeoine xWho emnjoys
hclping people Please write a description of
your expermeince. education, work needs, amid
phlone nmiber to PO 130034, Atn Arbor
48x 1I13-06i34.
PART-TIME ADMIN. ASST.- dependable.
bard- '.'.rkug. computer skillIs. Fax resumie to
608-1015
F'ARTl-TIME FRONT desk & massage
therapist positionts available. Flex hour's.
Staminmg at $8/hi. plus commission. Apply ini
peso at Endless Summer Tanii=i salon.-
Get applicatomi: 1896 W. Stadium. 662-2602.
PART-TIME RECEPTION work iii busy
real estate office. Phone amid computer skills
a must. Call 761-.9666 weekdays 9-5.
PHOTO iLAB NEEDS summuier help for
pac kagirig amid comIiputer work Experienice
xx ih Adobe Photoshop pie ferred but not
necessary. Will traim. From May' 1st-d
dJuly -ft) hrs (2481 4l78-980)1.
REAL LIFE LIVING; SERVICES is
acceptinrg applications for Direct
Car-e/Personial Aides. Great experience fom
stuidemts in 01'. PT. ST. Psych, Social Work.
Niursimic. Human Ser'.ices! $7.75 -S I (.00f/hr.
Applicants mtust be I18 years of gae. possess a
'.alid unresricted drivers license amid have a
HS diploima or CU)I' (734)222-61)76. RLL.S

FRATERNITCIEs - SORORITIES
CLUB11S - STUDENT GROUPS
Eain S 1.0i00- ,2,.0(N) this s mester with the
cas\ Camptis unriatser co m three hour
ludaiige'.'eit. N alsrequired.
Fumidraiiimc dates are f'illing qcuickly. so calI
lucia' Contact Camupusf'umidraiser.comn at
(8881 923-3238. or visit
x'.x'. '..ca.nnursluur rr.coiui --
I NEED)A IBR FALL SUBLET (Sepl-IDc
101111 ucar C Cam mpus. preferably w/ prkg.
Plcasecall 996-I1909

VICTORIAN HOUSE!! 2 roomns avail. tim a
4 bdrn., apt. w/ lamrge living run & kitch. I
single rn ($290) amid I double run w/ cool loft
($290/person). 222-0543 or
(jha uett @umnaich.edu). Female pref. Sp/Su.
VISCOUNT APTS. Geddes Ave.

CAMP JOBS for residents of Chicago's
Northerni Suburbs. Discovery Day Camp
seeksmnumturig staff: Cou~nselor-s as well as
specialists imn nature, ropes course. bikimig.
gymnastmcs. dramna, dance. ennus. camping
and swimming. lIternships avail. as well as
office and super'.isory poiton.Bus dri vini=
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